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Political Forum Rules - Please Read First!

Discussion in 'Political Forum' started by Scott G., Jul 7, 2008.

  1. Scott G. Owner Hunting Nebraska Outdoors Forum

    The rules of this forum are simple and will be enforced. We hate to post any rules for any forum but as you know these topics can get out of hand quickly.

    1 - No trolling. Thought provoking, yes. Trolling, no. Trolling is defined as "a troll is a person who enters an established community such as an online discussion forum and intentionally tries to cause disruption, often in the form of posting messages that are inflammatory, insulting, incorrect, inaccurate, absurd, or off-topic, with the intent of provoking a reaction from others." To disagree with another comment is, of course, acceptable, and to play devil's advocate to bring up the other side's point of view, etc., is acceptable.

    2 - No flaming allowed. Debate all you like, we like differences in opinions, but please, no personal attacks. If there’s something offensive that you believe the moderators missed please feel free to send any one of them a private message to have the matter taken care of.

    Anyone who is repeatedly guilty of either rules 1 or 2 will have posting prividleges removed for one week. Severe infractions will result in a permenant ban.

    Please contact a member of the Huntingne management team with any questions you may have.
  2. obert1 Administrator

    #3 Do not bring political arguments with another member into other parts of the forum. ie posts, signature lines, etc. Bringing political disagreements into another part of the website will result in an infraction.
  3. OBX Active Member


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